displease


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Synonyms for displease

to be very disagreeable to

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We can displease wife but not voters because only people give life line to politicians', he said this while talking to the journalists after university convocation here Saturday.
He distanced himself from House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Texas), who has called on Congress to explore ways to penalize judges who issue rulings that displease conservatives.
But it could displease the universities if it doesn't raise the money they need.
Evans's handling of source materials is the only part of the study which may displease some scholars.
In addition, Roll Call, a Capitol Hill newspaper, pointed out that Barton has called for impeaching federal judges who hand down rulings that displease social conservatives.
They feel concerned that if they do something to displease, Mom or Dad might bail out on them.
In addition, he says, evidence that females are more interested in social approval suggests they deceive so as not to displease an experimenter and, possibly, to avoid punishment.
But then, the movie's plodding pace won't displease those for whom patience is a virtue and Sunday afternoons are meant to be savored with popcorn and an early-bird dinner.